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Fall Festival on the Square 2023

Saturday, October 21, 2023


Thank you to our sponsors: 

Presenting Sponsor: Henderson Co Animal Clinic!!

Gold Sponsors: NIDEC, First Bank, & Community Bank

Silver Sponsor - Arch Medical

Bronze sponsor: Davis' Clothing Store


11:00 Opening Ceremony 

11:15 1852 Dance Performance

12:00PM Henderson Co Animal Clinic Pet Parade

12:45PM Boo Parade (kids costume contest w/prizes)

1:30pm Live performances

2:00pm until candy is gone Trunk or Treat with Henderson Co Sheriffs Office (w/help from United Minds of Lexington)

Locations that will be open to shop and eat:

Main & Monroe, Paisley Peacock, Corner Cafe, Board & Brush, Famous Chinese, The Gift Garden, Lexington Pawn, Jitters, Linwood Confections


Sweet Ann's 

Froggy Hobbyworks, LLC

Maggie Moo's/Great American Cookie

Bougee Blonde

Mama Yo's Peanut Brittle

Art by Grace


Get Lit Candles Bath & Body

Rare Flair Designs

Double Delights

Chick by the River

Liberty Farm & Apiary

True North Church


Bracelet Paradise

One Acre Wood Boutique

Sharon Estepp

The Cookie Lady

Anderson Farm Market


Paradise Ice

State Farm - Tasha Johnson & Kim Thomas - games and hot chocolate

Stephanie Jeanes w/Coldwell Banker McKee Realty - Kids Safety, Finger print station

CASA - games

Arch Medical - face-painting

City - 811 Dig - games and info

Henderson Co Health Department - games 

Henderson Co Fire Department - Water games & Smokey the Bear

Everette Horn Library - jumper and games

LMS Band Parents - popcorn

There will be LOTS of games, football toss, Pumpkin painting with Remax Unlimited, Photo/Selfie ops with Anderson's Farmers Market, entertainment, costume contest, Pet parade, Jumpers from LexBounce, Board & Brush make & takesand so much more from our vendors!

Court Square
17 Monroe St
Lexington, TN 38351 United States

Court square - NatchezTrace, Main, & Monroe

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Saturday, October 21, 2023
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Henderson County Music Experience

If you love music, you will love the integral role it has played in Henderson County. Johnny Cash performed at the very first Festival of the Lakes — back then known as the Water Festival. W.S. “Fluke” Holland, who lived in Henderson County, was a drummer for Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and the Million Dollar Quartet; he is known around the world as a true pioneer of American Rockabilly, country, folk and rock n’ roll. Henderson County native Murray Franklin “Buddy” Cannon, is a musician, songwriter and producer who has worked with Shania Twain, Sammy Kershaw, Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss, Billy Ray Cyrus and Kenny Chesney.


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